Undergraduate: Level 5
Thursday 03 October 2019
Friday 26 June 2020
19 June 2019
Requisites for this module
BSC LL2F Economics and Politics,
BSC LL3F Economics and Politics (Including Year Abroad),
BSC LL4F Economics and Politics (Including Placement Year),
BA L900 International Development,
BA L901 International Development (Including Year Abroad),
BA L902 International Development (Including Placement Year),
BA L250 International Relations (Including Foundation Year),
BA L258 International Relations,
BA L259 International Relations (Including Year Abroad),
BA L260 International Relations (Including Placement Year),
BA L0V0 Philosophy, Politics and Economics,
BA L0V1 Philosophy, Politics and Economics (Including Placement Year),
BA L0VA Philosophy, Politics and Economics (Including Year Abroad),
BA L150 Political Economics,
BA L151 Political Economics (Including Year Abroad),
BA L152 Political Economics (Including Placement Year),
BA 0A56 Political Theory and Public Policy (Including Year Abroad),
BA 7L29 Political Theory and Public Policy,
BA 7L30 Political Theory and Public Policy (Including Placement Year),
BA L200 Politics,
BA L200PT Politics,
BA L201 Politics (Including Year Abroad),
BA L202 Politics (Including Foundation Year),
BA L203 Politics (Including Placement Year),
BA L219 Politics with Human Rights (Including Placement Year),
BA L2M9 Politics with Human Rights,
BA LFM9 Politics with Human Rights (Including Year Abroad),
BA L225 Politics and International Relations,
BA L226 Politics and International Relations (Including Year Abroad),
BA L227 Politics and International Relations (Including Placement Year),
BSC L222 Politics and International Relations,
BSC L223 Politics and International Relations (Including Year Abroad),
BSC L224 Politics and International Relations (Including Placement Year)
GV711 offers students the opportunity to develop necessary employability, citizenship, and life skills to successfully compete in the graduate labour market after graduation and to make a meaningful contribution to society more generally.
• To develop a solid understanding of employment and post-graduate opportunities available to Politics students after graduation
• To learn how to access employability opportunities throughout the undergraduate degree cycle
• To encourage personal and critical reflection on and planning of possible career paths
• To develop a range of capacities and skills relevant to employability and critical citizenship
After completing this module students should:
1. Have a good understanding of their own interests, skills and competencies, relevant to future career choices.
2. Be able to identify, understand, and critically reflect on potential career paths both before and after graduation.
3. Have a clear understanding of how and when to access career development opportunities
4. Be prepared to make appropriate applications for employment or post-graduate study, drawing effectively upon their strengths and achievements.
5. Be able to relate personal career considerations to broader social and political contexts relevant to the world of work.
No additional information available.
The module will be delivered in multiple ways, but a series of five 2-hour sessions will function as the ‘trunk’ of this module, offering direction and support at strategic points throughout the student’s degree life-cycle.
This module does not appear to have a published bibliography for this year.
Module supervisor and teaching staff
Dr Jason Glynos
Module Supervisor: Dr J Glynos, email@example.com
Module Administrator: Sallyann West, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Arzu Kibris
Dr Mohammed Rodwan Abouharb
Available via Moodle
Of 28 hours, 8 (28.6%) hours available to students:
20 hours not recorded due to service coverage or fault;
0 hours not recorded due to opt-out by lecturer(s).
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